The Figure in the Carpet was first published in the periodical «Cosmopolis» in 1896. In the same year, the same novel appeared both in England and in the USA in a volume titled Embarrassments.
The Beast in the Jungle was first published in London by Henry James in 1903 by Methuen Publishing in the collection The Better Sort. It’s one of the most famous novellas about by Henry James about the meaning of life, death, love and fate.
“Daisy Miller” was first published in England by Henry James in 1878 in «Cornhill Magazine», and then in 1979 by Harper & Brothers. The Author takes as a pretext the life of the beautiful Daisy to show prejudices and different thoughts of Americans towards Europeans and vice versa. In a letter, James said that Daisy is the victim of a «social rumpus» that goes on either over her head or beneath her notice.
“The Turn of the Screw” was published by Henry James in 1898 in the USA. It is a gothic story novella in which the Author tells us a ghost story in a non-stereotypical way: ghosts are weird extensions of everyday reality. Nonetheless, James refers to the classical Gothic fiction.
“The Altar of the Dead” was published by Henry James in 1895 in the USA. It is a fable on life and death significance.
Fables in Slang was published in 1899 by George Ade and illustrated by Clyde James Newman.
"High Noon" was published in 1909 by D. Appleton and Company as a new sequel to "Three Weeks" (1911).
"One Day" was published in 1909 by D. Appleton and Company as a sequel to "Three Weeks" (1907).
"Three Things" was published in 1915 by D. Appleton and Company.
The Three Taverns was published in 1897 by Edwin Arlington Robinson.